Tags : | Rock | 3.50 MB | Featured
Description : "I remember a time of chaos... ruined dreams... a wasted land. But most of all I remember... The Road Warrior. The man we called "Max." To understand who he was, you have to go back to another time... when the world was powered by the black fuel and the ground sprouted great cities of pipe and steel. Gone now... swept away. For reasons long forgotten, two mighty warrior tribes waged war and touched off a blaze which engulfed them all. Without fuel they were nothing. Their thundering machines sputtered and stopped. Their leaders talked and talked but nothing could stem the avalanche. Their world crumbled. Their cities imploded. A whirlwind of looting, a firestorm of fear. Men began to feed on men. The roads became a white line nightmare. Only those mobile enough to scavenge, brutal enough to pillage would survive. The gangs took over the highways, ready to kill for a tank of juice. And in this maelstrom of decay, ordinary men were battered and smashed. In the roar of an engine, men like Max... lost everything. Haunted by the demons of his past, he wandered out into the wasteland. And it was there, in that blighted place, that he learned to live again!"....... Time to get back to some high gain, ear piercing, sub thumping, heavy f'n rock n roll. Crank it and enjoy the ride !

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  1. Planetjazzbass
    Planetjazzbass on Sun 28th Jan 2018 - 1 month ago
    Hey Neo....for christsakes I think I fell into my paper shredder whilst listening to this!..Damn man that's some excellent riffage, correction guitar playing!!! I really like the mix on this, yet the guitar obviously up front and taking no prisoners doesn't overwhelm the nuances of the drum track. Holy megadeath haven't heard a harmonic squeal that cool for a long long time! I especially like the almost Floydish opening segue but then if that's not good enough you crank on the nitrous oxide tank!..Kaboom! we all got left in the slipstream man.....awesome work...correction righteous work Neo! 10/10
    cheers Dave
    Reply by Neomorpheus I love and so adamantly appreciate the righteous comment Dave. Always cool to get some feedback from you man. Sorry so late on the reply, been really busy with some side projects. Again, big thanks!
  2. nicetones101
    nicetones101 on Sat 13th Jan 2018 - 2 months ago
    yep just downloaded this masterpiece!!!!!
    Reply by Neomorpheus Nice, nice. Much thanks!
  3. tekreck
    tekreck on Fri 12th Jan 2018 - 2 months ago
    I heard chaos tonight
    Reply by Neomorpheus Ha ha, I hope you thrived on it bro. Thanks for the comment!
  4. crucethus
    crucethus on Sun 7th Jan 2018 - 2 months ago
    Jeebus this one is awesome. How many strings needed to be replaced after that stretching workout. wow, awesome to day the least. I remember the original aussie movie. Very different from the Road Warrior( Mad max 2) Which most of us recognize and know by heart. nevertheless the music paints the story quite well. Great work.
    Reply by Neomorpheus Ha ha, yeah maybe a bit much on the string bends but its so much fun and sounds cool. With the Floyd Rose and locking nut the tuning stays surprisingly stable. I use D'Addario NYXL's and have never really had any issues. They can really take a beating. Thanks for the crument bro !
  5. toastedavalanche
    toastedavalanche on Sat 6th Jan 2018 - 2 months ago
    Loving the Opeth style opening riff. But I'm loving the high-octane, Dead-wakening riffage in the second half more. Awesome

    Reply by Neomorpheus Opeth ! Wow man, I've definitely been a fan for years and I would be lying if I didn't agree to be more than slightly inspired by their music. Mikael Åkerfeldt and Fredrik Åkesson are tremendous players. Their music does focus on a lot of clean guitar melodies that are just awe inspiring. I do use a few tri-tone chords within the rhythms here too which they are very big on. Thanks TA.
  6. Metabolic
    Metabolic on Sat 6th Jan 2018 - 2 months ago
    Holy damn, those pinch harmonics... I wish I could get a tone like that.

    I really can't add much, that was masterful.
    Reply by Neomorpheus Hey Metabolic, the pinch harmonics of course are achieved from pick technique of plucking the string with the tip of the pick and at the same time slightly touching the string to mute. It helps to use light gauge strings. I like to incorporate micro tonal bends as well to add some pitch flavoring to the note. Here I'm also adding reverb and delay for additional accent. Regarding the tone, as a guitar player you already know so many things come into play that effects tone. Guitar type, strings, pickups, effects chain, Amps, Cabs, eq, etc. all have an effect on tone. For this section of the track I wanted deep rich tone, so I switched to the baritone set up guitar with Humbucker style pickups. One thing I've learned when dialing in my sound for Metal tone is to be slightly conservative when it comes to gain. I see (and hear) so many players tend to go way overboard on gain. I try to use as little as possible, not too little because I do want the amp to saturate, so my sweet spot or where I target is right where its starts to crunch or sustain on palm mutes. Very rarely will I go much past noon setting for gain. A good rule of thumb is to start with everything at noon and then tweak to desire. As far as eq I always raise the mids a bit and ease off the high end. I also used an overdrive in the chain before the amp with a noise gate to contain all the extraneous noise. So what I end up with is ample gain but a tight rich sound that's full not too clean. I don't like my staccato riffs tinny sounding or too bright. Thanks for commenting bro !
  7. evilarmy83
    evilarmy83 on Fri 5th Jan 2018 - 2 months ago
    dude, I like it. The solo guitar work is very clean. I appreciate that and I'm in the works trying to better my skillz in that particular area.
    Reply by Neomorpheus Hey thanks for checking me out evil, its always cool to see new faces in my comments, especially rockers. I will make a point to scope out more of your tracks as well. Yeah the mixture of clean melodic and high gain heavy down tuned guitar is one of the interesting aspects of alternative or progressive metal that I really like.
  8. theHumps
    theHumps on Tue 2nd Jan 2018 - 2 months ago
    Great guitar tones, ripping leads and a it hits right where it makes your heart start to pound with adrenaline. Ahhh, the Road Warrior. Great series of movies! I saw the Road Warrior at a midnight showing in Cambridge, MA when it came out, the crowd was so into it!

    I think this would def fit in the latest film, chaos, disorder and mayhem expressed artistically here, very well done!

    Reply by Neomorpheus I remember seeing the movie at the theatre as well and it was like so freaking bizarre! I had never seen anything like that and I have always been into car culture. I appreciate it Wayne.
  9. mildperil
    mildperil on Sun 31st Dec 2017 - 2 months ago
    That was pretty badass, and totally set me up for the day now.

    What a tune!

    Thanks for sharing :)
    Reply by Neomorpheus Thanks man, I'm always happy to lend some badassery for a good cause!
  10. Xmachine
    Xmachine on Sun 31st Dec 2017 - 2 months ago
    Feeeeuk run take cover dig out the shotgun hide the children stash the food stockpile the ammo and the gasoline I'm fecking ready for it after hearing this hot as feck pumpin guitar heaven. Man that was outta the park Bravo. Robbie.
    Reply by Neomorpheus Ha ha Thanks Robbie, I dig that Xcellant commentation. Sorry for the delayed response but I have been real busy with the holidays this year. Yeah a bit of a mix here of clean and dirty guitars in a progressive alternative metal style. Multiple double tracked guitar as well as two separately layered standard and sub bass tracks to give it some extra bottom. Begs to be played LOUD !
  11. Evisma
    Evisma on Sun 31st Dec 2017 - 2 months ago
    Holy fuck me in the goat ass! I gotta change my pants!
    This was bad fuckin ass! Like, the best shit I've ever heard on this site!
    I, out loud, said "Oh shit!" like five times listening to this.
    Fantastic! Power and drive that is SO missing in the world.
    Guitar lines remind me very much of a band I'm into called "Toska", and your pinch-harmonics were tasty as hell.
    Be proud, this melted my face, and I love you for it.

    Reply by Neomorpheus Awesome. This type of response is what my presenting this type of music is all about. There are plenty great bands doing this type of stuff though, most seem to now be based in U.K.. Thanks Evan.
  12. Arloph09
    Arloph09 on Sun 31st Dec 2017 - 2 months ago
    I am not big fan of rock..but this outrageously good.
    Reply by Neomorpheus Very cool of you to check it out not being a Rock fan and thanks for the kind words.
  13. jamid
    jamid on Sun 31st Dec 2017 - 2 months ago
    Hello Neo,
    Wow mate what’s left to say?
    Wonderful track, guitar sounds out of this world.
    Very poignant description.
    Great movie too.
    Well done.
    Reply by Neomorpheus Yes, looks like there are a few Mad Max fans in here. I guess it was just coincidental but after I started working on this just before Christmas I saw the Road Warrior on television. Then a few days later a cable tv series I like called Jay Lenos Garage had Jay featuring a Mad Max inspired car club with all sorts of vehicles and wacked out members that were straight out of the Mad Max movies. But the icing on the cake came the day before I posted the track. I pulled into a gas station here in Dallas and saw a crowd of people gathered around a car that turned out to be a replica of Max's Ford Falcon V8 Interceptor. The owners name is Jake Sposato and he lives just up the road here in Lewisville. He is a bit of a movie car fanatic and has a few other cars as well. He had been there a while I guess and left shortly after I got there. But the car looked straight out of the movie! It was crazy. So when I sat down to upload the track I got the idea to culminate all this and use the Mad Max description. Glad you like it jamid and thanks for your comments.
  14. danke
    danke on Sat 30th Dec 2017 - 2 months ago
    Nothing interesting to say...:-) you rule your instrument, tell stories with feeling and lift the listener into the remembering...one of my best movie it was...and one of my best track here but if I remember well, I write the same all the time...I'm boring and predictable...thanx for the upload, instant fav and dl of course...

    Happy New Year, Danke
    Reply by Neomorpheus The Road Warrior was a very cool movie indeed! I hope 2018 is a good year for us all. I sense you were in a down sort of mood here danke, but you are not boring and predictable. I look forward to what you have in store for us in the new year! Best wishes to you my friend.

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